Jun. 23, 1997 New York New York County (Manhattan) New York, USA
Actress. She began her acting career in 1924 playing bit parts in silent films. In 1936 she became the successor to schoolteacher Miss Crabtree in the Our Gang comedies, playing the role of either Miss Lawrence or Miss Jones in classics such as "Arbor Day", "Bored Of Education"(the only Our Gang comedy to win an Academy Award), "Two Too Young", "Spooky Hooky", "Reunion In Rhythm", "Hearts Are Thumps" and "Three Smart Boys". She also appeared in "General Spanky", which was the only full length Our Gang feature. In 1937 she played her most memorable role as Mary Roberts, the heroine in Laurel and Hardy's classic film "Way Out West". She retired from acting after getting married in 1939. (bio by: Decal)
Burial: Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
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